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October 31, 2016


China Broiler Weekly: Market shows signs of stabilising (week ended Oct 25, 2016)


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Price summary


Prices were stable.

 
 

 

Market analysis


AA broiler


Prices of AA broiler stabilised of late as slaughterhouses restocked depleting inventories. Prices moved higher marginally, averaging 0.86%.


Day-old chick prices continued to fall amid slack buying interest, settling in the range of RMB2.95-3.65/kg.


China breed broiler 


Prices of China breed broiler rebounded almost 1% on average during the period in review, as sales increased after the live poultry markets reopened after the disinfection activities.


Nevertheless, the demand for day-old chicks remained weak, resulting in lower prices.

 


Market forecast


Broiler farmers are expected to stand firm on prices, which have dropped around 10% since August.  However the market will lack momentum to rebound strongly amid sluggish demand for chicken products.


RMB=US$0.1477 (October 31)


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